Went for breakfast in a group of 10, crossing 3 generations. The staff were accommodating and courteous. There was a good menu range to choose from, with everyone able to find things they liked.
However, it is the decor which is the most distinctive. There is a range of furniture from old sofas to individual antique wooden tables. The walls have old oil painting portraits on them. The feel is of an Edwardian parlour which Oscar Wilde would have been comfortable in.
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